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tonight, a young man named scott miller. he is the author of a new book on william mckinley's ass. [laughter] i'm going to assume that is "assassination." you got to stop abbreviationing around here, not to say that william mckinley did not have a noteworthy rear end. folks, we are a mere 15 and a half months away from what will definitely be called the most important election of our lifetime. an inveritable herd of republican candidates have already begun the treacherous migratory journey to become their party's nominee. they will need strength. they will need agility. they will need luck. but mostly to survive they will need money, [bleeped] boatloads of money. >> we have the numbers behind you. mitt romney $18.4 million. pawlenty $4.4 million. bachmann the same. huntsman $4.2 million. herman cain raised $2.5 million. gingrich $2 million. rick santory um not so much, $500,000. >> jon: $500,000 in the war chest. buh-bye. [laughter] sadly, that image is still only the second most unpleasant image you get when you google the name "santorum." go ahead. do it. do it right. now i can
and the as assassin: mckinley empire at the dawn of the century." please welcome scott miller. thank you so much for being here. [applause] thank you for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> we're very excited. big mckinley fans out there tonight. [applause] i got to tell you, i know i'm not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but i got to tell you, beautifully done. mckinley gets no love. why does mckinley get no love? you have your assassinated presidents, your lincoln, your kennedy, garfield gets a little love. mckinley, no love. the last guy in the trivia question. >> he had the misfortune of being followed by one of our most beloved and charismatic presidents, theodore rose vel, and mckinley, because he was assassinated, he didn't leave a lot of written record. his wife was an inhave a lid, she didn't survive to write very much. if you look at his five years in office from 1897 to 1901, they were filled with great drama, great excitement. he led the u.s. into war with spain. he took over cuba, puerto rico and... >> >> jon: china. >> small things like that. got into nasty war in the philippines
scott miller talks about his book on the assassination of president william mckinley. in a conversation what britain's prime minister, david cameron. this "q&a" week aren't a new book by scott miller. it tells the story of life in america. president william mckinley was shot by an assassin leon czolgosz. >> why did he decide to do a book on the assassination of william mckinley? >> i have been interested in this timeframe in the 18 eighties and the 1890's. it is a fascinating and important turning point. before then, you had a united states that would be recognized by the founding fathers. by the turn of the century, it is the america we would know it today. it is a tremendous patriotism in this time. it is very romantic. you look through american society and to see it. we think of the tycoons. it was a proliferation of new products. you'd be hard-pressed to go to a grocery store where you did not see projects came from this. ivory soap, pillsbury dough. the art really reflected this as well. john philip sousa was writing this. who was leon czolgosz? did he use a diff
>> next, "q&a" with author scott miller. then david cameron at the house of commons. after that, the report on u.s. troops in southern afghanistan. >> this week on "he renee", a new book by former wall street journal reporter scott miller. it tells the story of america at the turn of the 20th century when william mckinley was shot by an assassin. >> scott miller, why did you decide to do a book on the assassination of william mckinley? >> you know, i had been interested in this period in the 1880's and 1890's. i think it's just a really fascinating and important, really turning point in american history. before then, you had a united states that really would have been recognized by the founding fathers. after this date, by the turn of the century, it's the america that we would know today. and there's just a tremendous zeitgeist and enthusiasm and patriotism in this period. i think it all makes it very romantic. i mean, you just look right the way through american society, and you see it in industry. you know, of course, we think of the tycoons and the trusts. but there was just
mckinley. tonight, scott miller looks at the president and his assassin and the changing era in which they lived on cspan's "q7a." >> welcome to news "makers." our guest this week is kentucky senator rand paul joining us from capitol hill. >> good to be with you. >> our reporters are major garrett. >> do you believe the august 2 deadline this doubles by secretary of the treasury tim geithner is a real deadline? if you were to describe your -- to your constituents and condin kentucky what the consequences would be if we did not reach the debt ceiling? >> ultimately, if a country's keeps spending more than it takes in, about the deadline, it has been moved three or four months and there is already rumors from the of ministration they could move it again. the real thing is that people need to realize we bring about -- we bring in about $200 billion of revenue every month that we spend about 20 billion on interest. there are plenty -- there's plenty of tax revenue to keep paying our debt of our taxes and never default. i'd the responsible thing for the president to do is to take off the t
by an assassin. >> scott miller, why did you decide to do a book on the assassination of william mckinley? >> it was a fascinating point in american history. after the states, by the turn of the century, it's the america that we would know today. there's just a tremendous enthusiasm and patriotism in this period. i think it makes it very romantic. you look through american society, and you see it in the industry. of course we think of the tycoons and the trusts. but there was a proliferation of new products. you'd be hard-pressed to go to a grocery store now where you didn't see products on the aisles that came from this period. pillsbury, armor meats meats, coke, ivory soap, and right on down the line. the same could be said about the arts really reflected this period as well. john phillips sousa was busy writing and capturing this period, "stars and stripes forever" became the mantra. >> who was leon show gone -- shogon and why did he use an alias? >> he was the assassin. he had worked in a steal factory. his steel company decided they were going to redepuse wages. this was the pattern.
fatal shots at president william mckinley. tonight, scott miller looks at the president and his assassin and the changing era in which they lived on "q &a. " >> this morning a discussion on the latest developments in congress including the debt ceiling debate and tax and fiscal policy. assistant georgetown university assistant georgetown university professor talks
and a with scott miller. >> david axe was imbedded with the u.s. army in afghanistan. it is his fourth visit to the country. he spent time with the 4th airbourne, patrolling in remote areas and engaging the security situation. obama announced a plan to bring 10,000 troops home from afghanistan by the end of the year. >> it depends on where you are. my experience is in the east. i have a little experience in the south. in the south, there is a lot of open combat. this is the headquarters of the taliban. >> in the east the violence depends on where you are. these to have strong relationships with kabul, with a lot of traffic. today, these are what i call, bombing galleries, where the coalition troops and a large coalition presence is trying very hard to like this town in order to protect this. but every step that they take, they are threatened. thousands every year, that are killing hundreds of native troops, and many times the number of afghans. as we move closer to the border, and you had se, the threat will change. this is not so much ied's because there is less vehicle traffic. the coaliti
-proclaimed anarchist fired two fatal shots at president mckinley. tonight, scott miller looks at the president and the assassin and the changing era in which they lived on c-span's "q&a." the latest season and even from the campaign trail, information on the candidate -- latest seasonal events from the campaign trail, information on the candidates, visit us at c- span.org/campaign2012. >> "washington journal" continues. host: joining us at the table, conn carroll of "the washington examiner," and jamelle bouie. thanks for coming by. guest: thank you. host: we just heard from viewers about the congress, about it being the least active in some time. what is your take on the current congress? guest: i would agree that congress has been a little bit inactive, but i think that is ok given that the 111th congress was one of the most active in recent history. i'm paying less attention to the debt ceiling negotiations than to how congress and the senate is coming to agreement on it and reducing spending, cutting spending. any hoping there aren't serious cuts to programs like medicaid, food stamps, inc
to fatal shots at president william mckinley. scott miller looks at the president and his assassin. >> a hearing examining how much money is being spent on reconstruction contracts in afghanistan. witnesses include contractors receive money from the army corps of engineers and the u.s. agency for international development. this part of the hearing is below less than an hour and a half. >> i will ask your indulgence to interrupt you long enough to give him a chance to make an opening statement. i have a formal opening statement, but i have decided to not to give a formal opening statement. just express the reason for this hearing. this is not the first hearing that we have had on contacting. i began working on this problem almost the day i arrived in the senate. i traveled to iraq to do nothing but look at contacting oversight because i couldn't figure out how in the world things had gotten so out of control in terms of contract and in iraq. i went over to a rock and a realized why they had gotten over -- out of control -- iraq and i realized how they had gotten out of control. ther
anarchist leon show large shot at william mckinley. tonight, scott miller looks at the president and his assassin and the era in which they lived. >> on capitol hill, the senate was scheduled to take a weeklong break. but there will return on tuesday. the government will reach its debt ceiling limit on august 2. lawmakers need at least a week to draft a bill to raise the limit and get it through the house and senate. they set a deadline of july 22 to reach an agreement. senators will work on a measure on libya next week. how the house will return to legislate business on wednesday. working this week, 2012 defense spending bill. next, a conversation with pakistani ambassador to the u.s. on u.s.-pakistan relations. during his remarks, he talked about the importance of having a long-term strategic relationship between the u.s. and pakistan and the raid on osama bin laden. this is an hour and 20 minutes. >> good evening, everyone and welcome. i am patricia feliz, president of the women's foreign policy group. we deal with issues of the days, such as a topic for tonight, u.s.-pakistan relatio
of william mckinley. scott miller looks at the president and his assassin and the changing era of which they live. schroeder. this is an ho >> it is time and to start the last battle of the day. i'm going to introduce the first speaker, sarah of manzano-diaz. she is an attorney and first generation american and policy expert and tireless advocate for women's rights in the workplace. she is a director of the women's bureau of the department of labor.ur db the only federal agency mandated to serve and promote working women. parenthetically, she has is assisted it's in the job as immediate viceb president. [applause] joshi group and a porter rican family in harlem where she served as translator for herem parents which may have been hurt earliest experience with advocacy and went on to serve as a prosecutor in new york then pennsylvania as the second highest ranking in pennsylvania government as a deputy it -- deputy secretary and also served as regional counsel in the u.s.-led department. ms. manzano-diaz has an understanding of the increased complexities were juggling work and family resp
, scott miller looks of the president and his assassin and the changing era in which they lived. monday on c-span, the dali lama and martin luther king jr.'s speech writer talk about non- violence. they spoke at the university of arkansas, discussing osama bin laden's death, the nuremberg trials, the execution of saddam hussein, and the death penalty. >> in the 20th century, the number of people who were killed through violence -- over 200 million. but the problem is not solved. i think it is that kind of action and exploitation, also, that laid down the seed of hatred between the arabs and here. >> watch this discussion monday at 6:30 p.m. eastern on c-span. monday night on c-span, a look back at president nixon's foreign policy. members of his administration and the president's son-in-law discuss topics including communism in china, invading north vietnam, and the 1967 war in the middle east. >> the discussion then in the newspapers was nixon's secret plan for peace. what was it? he never talk about it. that was rockefeller pushing nixon to say something, to expose what his plan was.
. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2011] >> next, "q & a" with author scott miller. and live at 7:00 a.m., your calls and comments on "washington journal." >> today on c-span, the dalai lama and vein sent harding, martin luther king jr.'s speechwriter, talk about non-violence. they spoke to more than 10 people at the university of arkansas osama bin laden's death, the execution of saddam hussein, and the death penalty. >> the number of people who kill through violence, over 200 million, but problem not solved. i think that kind of action and also others, exploitation, also i think lay down the seed of hatred. sometimes the arabs and here. >> watch this discussion this evening at 6:30 p.m. eastern on c-span. tonight on c-span, a look back at president nixon's foreign policy. members of his administration and the president's son-in-law, edward cox, discuss topics including communism in china, invading north vietnam, and the 1967 war in the middle east. >> the discussion then in the newspapers were nixon's secret plan for peace. what was it? of course, he never talked about that
throughoutthe fair. >> on september 6, 1901 the assassin fired two fatal shots at president mckinley. scott miller looks at the present and his assassin to night and the changes here in which they live on c-span's "q &a." >> to mar on "washington journal" we look at american patriotism. after that, i discussion with bruce fleming of the christian science monitor on his latest article about the military having a clear purpose and later a discussion and campaign 2012 and the early primary states with the national journal. that is live at 7:00 a.m. eastern here on c-span. on tuesday, the senate armed services committee heard from the commander of the league war in afghanistan. lt. john allen confirmed the president's plan to withdraw troops by next september was not one of the options presented by the current commander, general david petraeus. he was joined as confirmation hearing by vice admiral william mcgraven, a member of the seal team that killed osama bin laden. and general james thurmond. this is about two hours, 25 minutes. >> good morning everybody. mccreary here to consider the thre
6, 1901, an anarchist fired two fatal shots at president william mckinley. sunday, scott miller looks at the president and his assassin and
at president william mckinley. sunday, scott miller looks at the president and his assassin and the era in which they lived. >> monday on c-span, the dollar llama and martin luther king jr.'s speechwriter talk about nonviolence. they spoke to 10,000 people at the university of arkansas discussing osama bin laden's debt. -- death. >> the number of people who have killed, over 200 million. the problem is not solved. also exploitation. lay down the seed of hatred. >> watch this discussion monday as 6:30 p.m. eastern on c-span. monday night on c-span, a look back at president nixon's foreign policy. members of his administration discussed communism, invading vietnam, and the 1967 war in the middle east. >> the discussion in the newspaper was nixon's secret plan for peace. was it? he never talks about a. -- it. rockefeller did not think nixon had a plan. i was waiting for patricia to change her closed. he is relaxing. he liked to listen to music. i asked him, what is the plan? do moscow.o go there we will bring about peace in viet nam and the world. >> once the discussion -- this discussion
-proclaimed anarchist leon shogosh fired two fatal shots at president william mckinley. sunday, scott miller looks at both the president and his assassin and the changing era in which they lived. on c-span's q&a. monday, on c-span, the dalai lama and vincent harding, martin luther king jr.'s speech writer, talk about nonviolence. they smoke to more than 10,000 people -- spoke to more than 10,000 people at the university of arkansas discussing the nuremberg trials, the execution of saddam hussein, and the death penalty. . >> monday night on c-span, a look back at president nixon's foreign policy. topics discussed include communism and china, invading vietnam, and the war in the middle east. >> the discussion then in the newspapers were nixon's secret plan for peace, what was it? of course, he never talked about that. that was rockefeller pushing nixon to say something, to expose what his plan was. rockefeller didn't think nixon had a plan. i happened to be in the library waiting for trishia to change her clothes, we were going out. and he comes in after a hard day of campaigning, he was relaxing, h
news contributor judy miller, and cal thomas, jim pinkerton, yellow and fox news contributor jehmu green. i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. have you heard of media matters for america? it's an anti-conservative organization funded by a guy or founded, i should say, by a guy named david brock with this stated mission. media matters for america is a web-based not for profit 501 c3 progressive research and information center dedicated to comprehensively mon advertising and progressive resear research-- monitoring and analyze and correcting conservative misinformation in the media. the government has strict rules about organizations like that. and the liberal advocacy group appears to be in violation of those rules. james rosen has more. >> thanks for watching-- >> perhaps fox news harshest severest critic is media matters for america. mma. a d.c. group founded in 2003 by former reporter david brock conservative turned liberal and funded in part by billionaire george soros. in documents filed that o-the group described itself as charitable and educational and counter viewp
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. and on panel judy miller, cal thomas, jim pinkerton, yellow new american foundation and host of the alan colmes show on fox news radio alan colmes. i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on right now. here is look at the final edition of news of the world, a tabloid paper published in the united kingdom and billed as the world' largest selling newspaper. that ended when rupert murdoch closed the paper over growing scandal because of hacked phone messages of celebrities. members of the royal family, politicians and 13-year-old girl who was abducted and killed in 2002. that story was first reported by a competing tabloid, the guardian, claiming news of the world journalists allegedly deleted voice mails on the child's phone to make room for more messages. as a result the girl's family falsely believed she was checking her messages. other accusations claimed news of the world employees hacked voice mails of victims of the 2005 london bombings, soldiers killed in afghanistan and iraq and other child victims. law enforcement are investigating a host of allegations including news of the world employees tri
and fox news contributor, judy miller. syndicated columnist cal thomas. jim pinkerton, fellow new american foundation and host of the alan colmes show, fox news radio, alan colmes, i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. >> oh, my god, it's a stunning verdict. >> the devil is dancing tonight. >> speechless, absolutely speechless. this baby died before her ti time. >> jon: that was just a sampling of the media reaction on the casey anthony trial to florida, casey acquitted of course on first degree murder charges, sentenced to four years on thursday for lying to the investigators during that case. but, she got credit for time served and good behavior. however, her lawyer, cheney mason was none too pleased with the media during that trial. >> they hung her here daily for two and a half years, every channel, every outlet in this community and throughout the state and i suspect around the country, was convinced she's guilty, this is all just rah-rah. >> jon: all right, are we in the media guilty as charged? judy? >> well, i think there are a few cement commenttators should think about
and fox news contributor judy miller. radio talk show host, monica crowley. jim pinkerton american editor conservative magazine and kirsten power. i'm host jon scott. fox news watch is on right now. now. >> defaulting on our obligations is a reckless and irresponsibility outcome for this debate and the republican leaders say that they agree we must avoid default. but the new approach that speaker boehner unveiled today which would temporarily extend the debt ceiling in exchange for spending cuts would force us to once again face the threat of default just six months from now. in other words, it doesn't solve the problem. >> president obama in a prime time address monday night. that was a speech to the nation, usually, judy, when the president makes a prime time address, there is news to be made. you want to tell us that maybe, osama bin laden has been killed or something like that. was there any news? >> no, even chris mathews and joe scarboro on msnbc were noting, oh, by gosh, this was a scold lecture, saying something other than no, but the republicans were doing the same thing in all f
: question for professor beegel and dr. miller. i had the opportunity to hear a gentleman, dr. scott donaldson who formerly taught at the college of william and mary. he had written a book on f. scott fitzgerald and hemingway and the question was his book, which i have not read yet, seem to be planned in such a way that hemingway was probably projected as taking a little bit more from fitzgerald as far as his writing ability and so forth than was the case and the question i have is i am just beginning to get interested in hemingway. i don't know. i personally feel he is such a wonderful writer and so excellent at his craft, i wondered if either of you professors have any knowledge of this book or have read his book by dr. scott donaldson, with his hemingway purses fitzgerald and what your opinionversus fitzger what your opinion would be on it? >> take the two men. we spent a lot of time talking about f scott fitzgerald. the kind of subjects they wrote about, compare what readers learned about america from this time frame from reading either of them. >> fitzgerald wrote more directly
on their own posts. and passing the wand. michelle miller on "harry potter" fans taking the magic into the future. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, with the car heading for a cliff, republicans and democrats are arguing about whether to turn left or turn right and they are fast running out of road. a deal to raise the government's borrowing limit will have to be done soon or the u.s. will ident and congressionalpr leaders met again this afternoon. the hangup is whether the deal will include tax increases as the democrats insist, or only spending cuts as republicans demand. we have three reports tonight on the deadline to default. first, chip reid at the white house where the president had a news conference today. >> reporter: scott, some republicans are calling for a stopgap measure to give more time to negotiate. the president says "absolutely not." >> i will not sign a 30-day or a 60-day or a 90-day extension. that is just not an acceptable approach. >> reporter: just last week, the president said a spirit of
being blamed for making americans fat, michelle miller says mcdonald's is trying to turn happy meals into healthy meals. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> schieffer: good evening, scott's off tonight. i'm bob schieffer. well, it is one week and counting to august 2. today the president says the government will run out of money and, among other things, will have to stop sending out social security checks. yet, after weeks of wrangling and prime time speeches last night by the president and republican speaker john boehner, today congress and the white house seemed further apart than ever in finding a solution. a top conservative in the house said there were not enough republican votes there to pass boehner's republican plan let alone the democrats. we begin tonight again with nancy cordes at the capitol. nancy? >> reporter: bob, good evening to you. to no one's surprised here on capitol hill, the president's calls for a swift compromise to end this mess have fallen on deaf ears here and leaders from both sides are still clinging to their o
miller on "harry potter" fans taking the magic into the future. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, with the car heading for a cliff, republicans and democrats are arguing about whether to turn left or
as he massacred 76 victims. and after being blamed for making americans fat, michelle miller says mcdonald's is trying to turn happy meals into healthy meals. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> schieffer: good evening, scott's off tonight. i'm bob schieffer. well, it is one week and counting to august 2. today the president says the government will run out of money and, among other things, will have to stop sending out social security
's listen to richmond, virginia. >> caller: i had a question for professor beegle and dr. miller. i had the opportunity the other night to hear a gentleman, dr. scott donaldson, i believe, maybe he formally taught at the college of william and mary. he has written a bok on f. scott fitzgerald and hemmingway and the question was is his book, which i have not read yet, seemed to be slanted in such a way that hemmingway, i think, was probably projected as, you know, taking a little bit more from fitzgerald as far as his writing abilities and so forth than maybe was the case. and the question i have is: i am just beginning to get interested in hemmingway and i don't know, i guess i just personally feel he's such a wonderful writer and was so excellent at his craft and i just wondered if either one of you professors, you know, have any knowledge of this book or have read this book by dr. scott donaldson, which is hemmingway versus fitzgerald and, if so, what your opinion would be on it? >> thanks. linda miller, i am going to turn to you, but i am going to, again, craft this into the questio
excited? >> me too. >> michelle miller, cbs news, new york. >> and that is the "cbs evening news." later on cbs, "60 minutes." thanks for joining us this sunday evening. i'm russ mitchell. cbs news in new york. scott pelley will be here tomorrow. good night. captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org for the families of seven missing fishermen. >>> seven days and not a single sighting. the painful weekends desperate hopes for seven missing fishermen. >> i think he certainly should have first shot. he has done a lot for the community. >> the star power still shines for joe montana, but is it enough to win a sweet heart deal as part of the new 49er stadium. >>> and the shuttle missed its connections, worried about the coming days in orbit for nasa. cbs5 news is next. d get you . i have more than a thousand fidelity experts working with me so that i can work one-on-one with you. it's your green line. but i'll be there every step of the way. call or come in and talk with us today.
of arizona, amendment number 11 by mr. cardoza of -- amendment number three by mr. scott of virginia, amendment number 25 by mrs. miller of michigan. the chair will reduce to two minutes amendment time for any electronic vote after the first series of votes. the unfinished business is the request for a recorded -- recorded vote on amendment number three printed in house report 112-138 by the gentlelady from california, ms. speier, on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the ayes prevailed by voice vote. the which clerk will report the amendment. the clerk: amendment number three a offer -- printed in house report 112-138, offered by ms. speier of california. the chair: a recorded vote has been requested. those in support of a recorded vote will rise and remain standing. a a sufficient number having arisen a recorded vote is ordered. this is a 15-minute vote. members will record their votes by electronic device. [captioning made possible by the national captioning institute, inc., in cooperation with the united states house of representatives. any use of the closed-ca
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